2006 Maserati GranSport Overview

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Trims

2dr Coupe
Avg. Price: $41,283
Base
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LE
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $41,866
MC Victory
Spyder
Spyder 2dr Convertible
Avg. Price: $41,283

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55 stars

Based on 4 reviews

Maser Gransport Spyder by Dakota
 — This is a great car it has the Ferrari derived V-8 engine 4244cc. Rosso Mondiale with Bordeaux and avorio interior. When you put the top down it is just an amazing experience. The exhaust is beauti... Read More
Has Not Put In Any Hands! by Daniel
 — acceleration that you passes to the seat, a beautiful line, easy to drive! leather interior, dashboard in carbon and aluminum this great success of the side! The big drawback is price and that gasolin... Read More
Maserati Gran Sport by Robert
 — its me baby, she purrs like a dream and flies like a butterfly. Shes quick as "?@* and its one of the most stylish cars i have ever driven. The interior is so plush aswell that its like a lap of luxur... Read More

2006 Maserati GranSport Overview

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2006 Maserati GranSport

Especially since 2006 marks the last year you can buy a Maserati Gransport, it certainly made sense to close things out with a little flash.  Maserati obliged by dropping the top on the popular 2 door, 4 seat coupe.  The lineup now has 4 trims: the LE, MC Victory, base Coupe, and the now topless Spyder.
Otherwise, the Gransport stays true to its identity as the slightly stronger, more aerodynamic cousin of the Coupe (the Maserati model, not the trim).  The 4.2 L, 400 hp V8 powertrain uses 6 speed automatic transmission and helps you get 12 mpg in the city, 17 on the highway.  In a hurry?  The Gransport goes from 0-60 mph in just under 5 seconds and maxes out at 180 mph.  
As with the Maserati Coupe, the Gransport rides like a dream.  Low suspension and an aerodynamic design help it cut a smooth path to your next destination.  Of course, that destination may turn out to be the gas station, given the low fuel consumption.  Regardless, the Gransport has made its mark and will now merge with the Quattroporte for the foreseeable future.

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